FCC Emergency Management students and adjuncts – welcome to the Spring 2019 semester!
You’ll be hearing plenty more from us as classes get underway, but we wanted to start off by showcasing a new accomplishment and a new opportunity:
The Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management (MACEM) is proud to have placed our first two apprentices with host employers! And, as you can see from the picture attached, we have been recognized by Kelly M. Schulz from the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation for our efforts in getting this program established and running.
Dennis Bardelli and Todd Tracey applied to the Maryland Emergency Management Specialist Registered Apprenticeship program and have been apprenticed to the Maryland Emergency Management Agency. They are FCC students – one nearing degree completion, one just beginning – so you may actually see them around, in your class rosters or as your classmates. If you’re so inclined, congratulate them on being our EM apprentice pioneers! Also, if interested in being an apprentice yourself, or know of someone who might be, please contact the MACEM offices (firstname.lastname@example.org), and we’ll get the process started.
In the meantime, have a great start to your semester, everyone! We’re all looking forward to a new year full of even more successes like these, and we’ll be here to support each of you in making them happen.